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Originally posted by Nickmare
I agree. But in this case, we were originally told they found some wreckage and oil from the plane to later find out that they didn't. I can understand it might be a hard search operation, but for the authorities to release evidence before they are sure shows some lack of judgment. Similar to cases where police say they found a murderer before they are sure. It shows errors were made.
Maybe in this case finding two bodies and a leather briefcase makes sense. The problem is I'm not sure I trust what is coming out of Brazil (and I don't think France does either).
Originally posted by Evrgreen
So they happened to find a little man and his breifcase and a plane ticket BUT cant seem to find where a huge jet went eh?
Originally posted by bobbylove321
They could say they found the bodies, and I still won't believe it.
They are all a bunch of liars, and not to be trusted.
Originally posted by captiva
1. I find it difficult to understand how radar able to target a leather briefcase at a great distance did not pick up something before this time.
2. If I am to agree that the impact would rip everything to pieces, including casualties. Then the fact that a complete (Leather) case, a seat and a human body, all in complete condition were the first items found is difficult to understand.
Also, the fact that all the items are able to point directly to the Air France plane is a coincidence.